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services information sharing and analysis center isaf which is a grouping of tanks and financial institutions that gather together their collective intelligence and share information about threats and vulnerabilities and collectively respond to that. it's all based on the notion that none of us is as smart as all of us combined soberly the best method over spotting to attacks as having advanced intelligence sharing information and working collaboratively. >> host: are there any restrictions on the sharing of information between banks? >> guest: banks have to be careful about who they share with so they are in and trusted environment within the isaf another industry groupings. certainly companies don't want to share competitive information with the antitrust issues. there are some restrictions bidirectionally between the government which has some classified information and financial institutions that there has to be a trust relationship included there are. there are some areas where the government cannot, simply cannot share information with the banks and the financial sector may
. they are quite anti-western and have the reputation of the most violent kinds of attacks against isaf and particularly the united states. of late, they've lost a couple of their key leaders and so, that is they think restrained somewhat their historical aggressiveness. but their motivation 19 is uncompromised. >> as director clapper said, they have a long history of autonomy in the area that goes along the border between afghanistan and pakistan. they've adamantly opposed any foreign intervention in that region and also talking about government as those afghan government. in addition now because of the isaf coalition troops, they are fighting a long with the taliban and in are among the most lethal and most alanna groups in the area there. one thing were lucky not acetal abandonments forward, the haqqani going to stay with them or some separationists are his political agenda. >> thank you, mr. chairman. >> mr. nuÑez. >> thank you, mr. chairman. i remain concerned about the trust from the about about ray. what is there? what has been done within a? where cinema or is being done with i
of attacks against isaf and particularly how the united states. of late, they have lost a couple of 30 leaders.-- of their key leaders. i think that has somewhat restrained in their historical and aggressiveness, but their motivation, i think, is an uncompromised. of the are a member taliban, but they have a long history of autonomy in that area. it goes along the border between afghanistan and pakistan. they have adamantly opposed any type of foreign intervention in that region. by foreign, i'm also talking about that government as well as the afghan government, but in addition now because of the isaf coalition troops there, they're fighting along with the taliban, they are among the most lethal and the most violent groups in the area. one of the things we are looking at, as the taliban moves forward, is the the haqqani network going to stay with them or will there be separation as far as political agendas? >> thank you. mr. nunez? >> i remain concerned about the abbotabad raid files. what's been done with it and where is it and what more is being done with it? maybe some of this we c
the reputation of the most violent kinds of attacks against isaf and particularly the united states. of late, they've lost a couple of their key leaders, and so that is, i think, restrained somewhat. their historical aggressiveness, but their motivation, though, i think is uncompromised. john, duped to -- >> as director clapper said, members of the taliban, they have a long history of autonomy in the area along the border of afghanistan and pakistan. they have adamantly opposed any type of foreign intervention in the region, and by "foreign," talking about agents of government as well as the afghan government, but in addition now because of the isaf coalition troops there, they are fighting along with the taliban, and they are among thee most lethal and thee most violence groups that are in the area there, and so one of the things we look at is as the taliban moves forward, is the hacknies going to stay with them or have separation as far as political agendas? >> thank you, mr. chairman. >> thank you, mr. chairman. director clapper, i remain concerned about the files from the raid, and spe
, those kinds of things coming huge problems. we have to continue to deal with those. isaf partners in their pennebaker question which came today is the kind of residual for sydney beat behind common to find, train, assist and advise would be our role. i think that is correct. still a lot of pieces out there. i'm available to you or anyone else to give you my thoughts. >> thank you, mr. secretary. >> thank you. thank you for being here. mr. secretary, thank you for your presence here today, sir. during the march 15 press conference on missile defense, duck your jim miller stated that that time the crop is uncertain, right. we didn't know we would see today what we are now, close quote. another is, it sounds like we're waiting on north koreans to succeed in developing missiles and i just have to ask the hard question. is this the posterior of the obama administration in dealing with the iranian icbm program. do we need to wait for success by the radiance before we deploy an additional capability? every point to anticipate the evolving threats and be able to meet them before they are
that we haven't selected a specific target. >> is at a target for u.s. forces? >> that would be isaf but that is part of the mission related to training advising and assisting. >> all right so the president has made it -- not made a decision yet, is that correct? >> that's correct. >> in terms of the reduction between now and 2014 the president announced plans to drive down 34,000 of the 66,000 troops in afghanistan by february 2014. is it true that the case of that drawdown will affect the oco funds needed and when they are needed? >> i'm sure it will and that is the reason i think mr. hale would agree that the oco budget has not been submitted yet. what we have done is given the commander in the field the flexibility to plan that reduction which by the way i think is very important to allow him to plan that pays and manage the equilibrium between fighting transitioning in redeploying but i think that is why the oco budget is delayed. >> of the commander has the flexibility, as soon as we presumably learn from the commander how to exercise that flexibility then we will determine the
crash. what more can you tell us about the loss of the four american servicemembers. >> what isaf is saying right now is there were no reports of any enemy activity in the area. right now they don't know what the cause is. they're investigating. these were air force members. their identities have not been released publicly, craig. >> ron mott, be safe, my friend. >>> to the political headlines, the surviving suspect of the boston bombings remains at a prison facility today. they were critical of how quickly he was read his miranda rights last week. >> do you have any suspicion that anything valuable was lost in the mirandizing? >> well, we won't know because now his lawyers aren't allowing him to say anything. there could have been. it would have been worth the effort to stretch this out a few more hours to see what we could find. >>> flights should be back on time after congress pass add bill on friday allowing faa to bring back furloughed workers. the suspension had been due. while it's a welcome fix for travelers senator john mccain warned there are other see question station c
violent kinds of attacks against isaf and particularly the united states. of late, they have lost a couple of their key leaders, and so that is, i think, restrained somewhat their historical aggressiveness, but their motivation, i think, is uncompromised. >> as director said, the member of the tally ban but they have a long history of autonomy in that area. it goes along the border between afghanistan and pakistan. they have adamantly opposed any type of foreign intervention in that region, and by foreign, aso talking about government well as the afghan government. but because of the coalition troops that are there, they are fighting along with the taliban. and they are among the most lethal and the most violent groups in the area there. so one of the things we are looking at is as the taliban moves forward, the hakani is going to stay with them or some separation as far as political agendas. >> thank you, mr. chairman. >> thank you, mr. chairman. director clapper i remained concerned about the files from the balance la bad raid. specifically, what is it, where what has been done with it,
. >> is that a target for u.s. forces? >> that would be isaf and that part of the mission to the existing. >> the president hasn't made a decision on that either, is that correct? >> that's cr. >> in terms of the reduction between 2014 the president announced plans to draw down 44,000 of the 66,000 troops in afghanistan by february 2014. is it true the pace of that drawdown will affect the funds that are needed and when they are needed? >> i'm sure it will and that is the reason that i think he would agree that a budget hasn't been submitted yet. we are trying to find out. to plan the reduction was important to allow him to plan the case and manage the equilibrium between fighting, transitioning and redeploying people and that i think that is why the budget is delayed to be a disconnect of the commander has the flexibility we presumably of them from the commander how to exercise the flexibility that we are going to determine the oco. >> that would be my understanding of the sequence. it's bad for the record, not now because my time limit. would you tell us how the pace as it is determined
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